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Seminars 2009/2010

Seminars 2009/2010

Date

Speaker

Title

1st July 2010
Lecture Hall
Special VIMsession

Sophie Halliez
(VIM-MAP²)
 
Ilfad Blazevic (VIM-BMP)

Genetic ablation of Schwann cells in mice and study of perineural cells in the absence of Schwann cells
 
Study of the ribonucleoproteic complex in RSV

24 June
 
 

Lieke Van der Aa
(VIM-IIP)

CXCL8 chemokines in cyprinid fish: two lineages with distinct expression profiles during early phases of inflammation

17 June
 
 

Bertrand Dubois
(INSERM U404, Lyon)
Hosted by I.Schwartz

DC in skin immunity versus tolerance

10 June
 
 

Zhou Xu
(VIM-MAP²/CEA)

Enantiospecific elimination of prion by Poly-D-Lysine: H2H3 under the spotlights

3 June
Lecture Hall
Institute Seminar

Frank Blecha
(Kansas Univ., USA)
Hosted by B. Charley

Antimicrobial peptides & antiviral cytokines: Host defense peptides to porcine arterivirus (PRRSV)

27 May
 
 

Florian Marquet
(VIM-VIAM)

Phenotypic and functional characterisation of skin and lymphatic dendritic cells in the pig

20 May
 
 

Jean Lepault
(CNRS, Gif-sur-Yvette)

Entry of naked and enveloped viruses

6 May
Lecture Hall
Special VIM session

Jamila Elhmouzi (VIM-VIAM)
 
Khalid Salamat (VIM-MAP²)

Ruminant Natural Killer (NK) cells: First characterisation of ovine and bovine neonate NK cells
 
Prion propagation in cells expressing PrP glycosylation mutants

15 April
 
 

Anny Slama-Schwok
(VIM-FLU)

Influenza A nucleoprotein: a new target for antiviral molecules selected by drug design

8 April
 
 

Bertrand Bed'hom
(UMR GABI)

Chicken domestication: genomic and phenotypic signature

1st April
Lecture Hall
Special VIM session

Marie-Lise Blondot
(VIM-BMP)
 
Olivier Leymarie (VIM-FLU)

Functional and structural study of RSV M2-1 transcription factor
 
PB1-F2 viral protein increases Influenza virus virulence in vivo

25 March
 
 

Valentin Verret
(ArchimMed)
Hosted by I.Schwartz

Signature transcriptomique de la réponse inflammatoire aux biomatériaux dans le modèle pré-clinique ovin

18 March
 
 

XIIèmes Journées Francophones de Virologie

11 March
 
 

Suzana Ruscanu
(VIM-VIAM)

Role of dendritic cells in Bluetongue virus infection

18 February
 
 

Behazine Combadière
(INSERM U945, Paris)
Hosted by N. Bertho

Factors modulating the immune response to vaccines

11 February
 
 

Stéphanie Prigent
(VIM-MAP²)

Recombinant Prion protein and polymerisation

21 January
 
 

Claire Rogel-Gaillard
(UMR GABI)
Hosted by I.Schwartz

Transcriptome analysis of porcine PBMCs after in vitro stimulation using an expression array targeting the pig immune response

15 January
 
 

Pierre Sibille
(Inra, Tours)

Avian Chemokines

14 January
 
 

Jenny Valladeau
(Centre L.Bérard, INSERM U590)
Hosted by N. Bertho

Expression of innate immunity receptors by human skin dendritic cells

17 December
 
 

Mohammed Moudjou
(VIM-MAP²)

Endogenous proteolytic cleavage of disease-associated prion protein is strongly cell- and tissue-dependent

10 December
 
 

Vanessa Contreras
(VIM-VIAM)

Role of CD26+ lymphatic dendritic cells

3 December
Lecture Hall
Special VIM session

Ali Al Bazzal
&
Bogdan Tarus (VIM-FLU)

Functional study of PB1-F2 protein in mitochondria
 
Part1: Conputational study of amyloid beta protein: The initial stages of aggregation
Part 2: NO production of a nanotriger in light-activated enzymatic NADPH sites

26 November
 
 

Agnès Petit-Camurdan
(VIM-VIAM)

Modulation by different adjuvants of viral protection and immunopathological inflammation following newborn mice intranasal vaccination with recombinant RSV nucleoprotein rings

19 November
 
 

Henning Sorum
Hosted by E.Duchaud

Winter ulcer in Atlantic salmon, a collaboration between Moritella viscosa and Vibrio wodanis?

12 November
 
 

Mariam Raliou
(VIM-VIAM)

Taste sensitivity to L-glutamate: Phenotype-Genotype Relationship

5 November
Lecture Hall
 

Rajiv Tawar
(Institut Pasteur, Paris)
Hosted by JF.Eléouët

3D structure of a nucleocapsid-like Nucleoprotein-RNA complex of Respiratory Syncytial Virus

22 October
 
 

Stefan Chilmonczyk
(VIM-IIP)

Immunophysiological specificities of Channichthyids (icefish)

15 October
 
 

François Trottein
(INSERM U547, Lille)
Hosted by I.Schwartz

Dendritic cell - Natural killer T cell interplays in immune responses during infection

1st October
Lecture Hall
Special VIM session

Violaine Massip

&
Zsolt Kelemen (VIM-FLU)

Role of ERK 1/2 signaling pathway during the lytic cycle of Pseudorabies virus
 
Fusion of influenza virus particles with liposomes

24 September
 
 

Michel Brémont
(VIM-VMP)
Hosted by S.Biacchesi

One more!

17 September
 
 

Philippe Tixador
(VIM-MAP²)

Prion strains diversity and molecular basis: a comparative study based on physico-chemical approaches

10 September
 
 

Rosario Castro
(VIM-IIP)

Establishment of an IFNgamma specific reporter cell line in trout

3 September 2009
Lecture Hall
Special VIM session

Christophe Chevalier
(VIM-FLU)
   
Bernard Charley (VIM-VIAM)

Structural polymorphism of Influenza A virus PB1-F2 protein
 
 
 
Induction of type I IFN by BlueTongue virus (BTV)